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Allegedly, a new leak exposed Intel's NUC plan and triggered some surprising news, which seems to contradict the rumors we have heard so far.

According to the new roadmap shared by the well-known Twitter leaker @momomo_us, Intel is preparing to launch the NUC 11 Extreme "Hades Follow On", presumably Phantom Canyon.

According to reports, it will use one of Intel’s upcoming 10nm + Tiger LakeU CPUs and NVIDIA GeForce GPUs. The most recent test leak points to the 11th generation Core i5 CPU with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU.

Although the coronavirus pandemic may cause delays, we can see new NUC land in the last few months of 2020 or early 2021.

along with Phantom Canyon, the roadmap indicates that Intel will focus on NUC 9 Extreme Ghost Canyon in 2020 and 2021. The apparent absence of

Intel NUC 11 Performance Panther Canyon doubts the authenticity of the leak. There are rumors that compared to the Phantom Canyon for enthusiasts, it will be a smaller mid-budget version without a dedicated GPU for mainstream consumers. The two are expected to launch together.

This may mean that Intel has quietly cancelled Panther Canyon's plan to accompany Phantom Canyon, or the leak is not as true as it sounds.

Therefore, we recommend handling all of these with caution. We may be looking at a fake roadmap that was tricked by an enterprising troll, or an outdated roadmap that has been updated to show that Phanter Canyon is indeed part of Intel's NUC program.

We recommend making a judgment before hearing more about Intel's NUC program and whether Panther Canyon has actually archived.

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